Seems like the statute was written to benefit an entrenched lobbying group as opposed to promoting the best possible service to the public.
's article reminds me of the notion "the paradox of choice". The historical arc of human progress tends toward individuals having increased autonomy and abundance. Yet at some point, it seems, a person's well-being is enhanced by choosing to be constrained.
PS - what's with requiring a Facebook login to leave comments on your site? As an option for those who want it, sure, but for it to be the only option is daft.
I'm betting Detroit is not the only city waking up to this.
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